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Tactics and Weapons of Islamic Warfare during the Middle Ages (AD 600-750). M. Michael Morita Period 5 1/10/08 . Introduction. Islamic rules of war Islamic tactics Islamic weaponry Islamic armor How Islamic warfare tied into government. Rules of war.

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tactics and weapons of islamic warfare during the middle ages ad 600 750

Tactics and Weapons of Islamic Warfare during the Middle Ages (AD 600-750)

M. Michael Morita

Period 5

1/10/08

introduction
Introduction
  • Islamic rules of war
  • Islamic tactics
  • Islamic weaponry
  • Islamic armor
  • How Islamic warfare tied into government
rules of war
Rules of war
  • “War can only be declared if general call to Islam was issued and ignored”
  • “Muslim troops forbidden to kill women, children, and old men”
  • And “trees, crops, and farm animals cannot be destroyed, but could be used for food”
weapons
Weapons
  • Muslims used swords, single edged and double edged axes, maces, balls and chains, and bows and arrows
  • Archers considered light Calvary armed with bows and arrows held in a quiver, a shield, and rode on horses
tactics
Tactics
  • Surprise and outmaneuver enemy
  • Avoid charging knights armed with Lances
  • Lead enemies into ambushes with false retreats
  • During open battles infantry be placed behind soft sand and rocky ground to slowdown the knights horses in hope that enemy charge into headwind and get sand into eyes
armor
Armor
  • Muslim troops wore light weight armor that allowed them to move freely
  • One type armor is leather boiled in paraffin and wax and then covered in rectangular metal plates
  • Another type of armor is a short chain-mail coat, sometimes horses would wear this type of armor
warfare tied into government
Warfare tied into government
  • Warfare tied into gov. because government run by Islam religion
  • Gov. created peaceful and prosperous environment for own people by conquering many lands and peoples.
  • Allowed non-Muslims to live in community but had to pay special taxes
summary
Summary

Muslim warfare tactics and weapons during middle ages more advanced than others at the time. This allowed Muslim empire to conquer many lands. The Muslim people lived in prosperity during middle ages

bibliography
Bibliography
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